Hello, I am trying to install CCS5 on a Windows 7 x64 machine. I have had a previous installation of CCS4, and have uninstalled it beforehand. When I try to install, I get an installation failure very early in the process, and am directed to a log file, which I have attached to this post. Currently, I am able to use the command line MSP430 flasher to program my microcontroller, but I would like the additional debugging features present in CCS.
I have also included my eclipse install log, which is in the same folder. The eclipse portion of the installation appears to complete, though.
Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
let us see if the log tells us something. A couple more questions
- did you use the full installer and unzip the contents before installing?
- what if you manually clean out ccsv4 and the installjammer registry directory (CCS entries) and try again?
- did you try redownloading in case of corruption?
- it did not seem like it from a very quick initial look, but are you making sure not to use any directories with accented or special characters?
- have you tried selecting more than just msp430 support?
Please keep us informed.
1) I used the full installer and unzipped before installing
2) I manually deleted the ccsv4 and ccsv5 entries in the InstallJammer registry directory
3) I redownloaded twice to account for corruption
4) I am installing to C:\ti so no special characters
5) I tried selecting more than just MSP430 support
None of these things affected the installation failure. It seems to crash on installing something related to the DebugServer, which is apparently a win32 component.
You're right the debugserver didn't install correctly. There's a separate log file for that - c:\program files (x86)\installjammer registry\DebugServer\4F9A85D9-5F0E-E538-D71C-621DF59F81FA\TI_dss_install.log. Could you attach that here, please? I'll take a look and get back to you as soon as possible.
I looked in the installjammer registry folder and there is no logfile or even folder created for DebugServer
It looks like Eclipse failed to correctly "download" the feature from your local repository.
Can you take a look in C:\Users\gfisher\Downloads\CCS5.1.1.00031_win32\CCS5.1.1.00031_win32\featurerepo\binary and see if you have a file named com.ti.ccstudio.debugserver.win32_root_220.127.116.119. It' size should be 26,013kb. There should be another file named com.ti.ccstudio.debugserver.win32_18.104.22.1689.jar in the folder ..\features.
In the meanwhile, I'll keep digging through the logs that I do have.
Hmm, doesn't look like those files exist.
It looks like your download or extraction is busted. The md5 checksum on that zip file is:
Hope it goes smoothly for you, once you've downloaded it again.
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